by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM 

malaria-smallMalaria is a deadly illness that still affects many parts of the world. Over a million people a year die every year from Malaria. In the late 1970’s, a man named Jim Humble discovered a sodium chlorite solution, which he dubbed MMS, that has produced extremely interesting results when used against certain diseases, including malaria.Unfortunately, as is the case with much natural medicine, the efficacy of MMS has been denied and covered up.

Last Friday, MMS News released a newsletter asking people to WATCH, COMMENT & SHARE the video, “LEAKED: Proof the Red Cross Cured 154 Malaria Cases with MMS.” If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out:

This version of the video includes an introduction by Jim Humble, and followed with comments by Leo Koehof, the person who trained the Red Cross staff on the proper treatment protocol and is seen numerous times in the video.

It’s extremely interesting to watch and hear the testimony of physicians and clinicians who are working directly with malaria stricken individuals in Uganda. I encourage the skeptics to listen to their first hand accounts of their experiences, I think you’ll be very pleasantly surprised.

We’ve done a fantastic job helping spread the word, but we’ve only begun! We need to keep the conversation moving and encourage other respected voices in the press to cover the story. This is too important to slip through the cracks.

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